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Staying on Top of Safety

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides regular COVID-19 updates on safety, quarantine, vaccines, and more. To stay informed, visit the CDC website.

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Public Health Organizations

Your local public health department is a useful source for county or area specific information. For a list of COVID-19 local health entities, visit the Texas Health and Human Services website.

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Domestic Violence Programs

In response to the request for guidance, the National Network to End Domestic Violence
(NNEDV) compiled COVID-19 recommendations and resources tailored for domestic violence programs.

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Intervention and Prevention Programs

To support and assist Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs (BIPP), TCFV created a COVID-19 response toolkit to help facilitators navigate the ongoing changes in local, state, and federal mandates.

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Our Humble Heros

In the wake of the pandemic and with stay-at-home orders in place, victims were trapped with their abusers and as a result, domestic violence began to rise. Domestic violence programs all over Texas prepared for an increase in demand for services as the state enforced new mandates. Even with challenging restrictions and changing regulations, program staff continued to protect survivors while also prioritizing offender services. Setting aside their personal struggles, these advocates provided life-changing services every day. TCFV recognizes these humbles heroes and their unwavering dedication to this movement. We salute you, your selflessness, and your tremendous courage.